[VoiceOps] Grandstream VoIP phones
abalashov at evaristesys.com
Fri Aug 17 13:05:43 EDT 2012
It's been a while, but my issue with Grandstream has always been:
1) SIP interoperability & stack problems.
2) Low-end speaker phone hardware, thus bad echo cancellation and duplex
I mainly judge phone hardware by the quality of its speakerphone, since
I'm a very heavy user, so it may be a personal bias. However, by that
metric, the Cisco 79xx's and Polycoms win, and Grandstreams, Snoms and
On 08/16/2012 08:07 PM, Carlos Alvarez wrote:
> Who else on the list is using them, particularly in a hosted
> environment? We've just decided to transition to them as our primary
> recommendation instead of the Cisco SPA series. We did it because of
> the value and feature set, like having an inexpensive phone with a small
> BLF, which a lot of customers asked for. I'm wondering if others have
> tips they've learned along the way, or any advice they want to offer.
> Also anyone using the advanced features like the browser for anything
> For those who haven't tried them, or who like us, didn't like their
> older models, take another look. We have been surprised at the value
> they give us. The prices are low, but the functionality and quality are
> high. They aren't Polycom 600s to be sure, but they are nice phones
> that have a huge set of features for a great price. Customers are
> liking them a lot.
> Has anyone used the new DECT phone? We currently use the Panasonic DECT
> phones but they are a nightmare to configure.
> If anyone wants to get in touch with them, our Grandstream contact is
> Dennis Ryan, dryan at grandstream.com <mailto:dryan at grandstream.com> .
> Carlos Alvarez
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> VoiceOps at voiceops.org
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